Harry H. Moskovitz
NYFC president 1957-1960, 1967-1970
Harry Moskovitz (1904-1981), a graduate of the New England Conservatory, where he was a pupil of Georges Laurent, studied with Georges Barrère at the Juilliard Graduate School. He was a member of the NBC Symphony, CBS Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, New York City Center Symphony and Opera Orchestras, the Voice of Firestone Orchestra, and the New York Philharmonic Stadium Concerts. Moskovitz was solo flute of the Goldman Band and Bell Telephone Hour. He taught at Queens College and the Long Island Institute of Music. Moskovitz had a deep interest in the history of the flute and its music, collecting instruments, an extensive library of flute music and recordings of all sorts, including wax cylinders. For many years he was a clinician for the W.T. Armstrong Co.
His record The Flute Family (Mark Records) consisted of unaccompanied flute solos played on a variety of instruments from the flute family. His Classical Guitar Trio (flute, bassoon, and guitar) recorded for the Golden Crest label.